Definition of Hudson seal
1. Noun. Muskrat fur dressed to simulate sealskin.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hudson Seal
hudson seal (current term)
hue and cry
Literary usage of Hudson seal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hearings on Internal-revenue Revision Before the Committee on Ways and Means by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1921)
"They call them hudson seal. The CHAIRMAN. You call them hudson seal ? ... It is easy to tell what a hudson seal is. It is a muskrat skin sheared and dyed ..."
2. Advanced Dictation and Secretarial Training by Charles Gottshall Reigner (1921)
"... with collar, | cuffs, and border of mole or nutria $225 hudson seal (Sheared Muskrat) Ties $25 | hudson seal (Sheared Muskrat) Stoles $110 Mole Crashed ..."
3. Principles and Practice of Fur Dressing and Fur Dyeing by William E. Austin (1922)
"... and as a result, French seal, or seal-dyed rabbit, and the so-called Hudson seal, which is seal-dyed muskrat, have acquired a great vogue. ..."
4. Wild Life Conservation in Theory and Practice: Lectures Delivered Before the by William Temple Hornaday, Frederic Collin Walcott (1914)
"... hudson seal, Red River seal, sable, French sable, sable coney and seal coney. Occasionally during the past twenty years, jack- rabbits so greatly ..."